What Are the Rules for Following Up After an Interview?

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The period of time after an interview can potentially be the most stressful for a candidate. It’s hard to know what to do. But if you’ve successfully managed to attract the attention of a hiring manager, it means you have the skills you need to make the grade. If you’ve presented yourself well during the interview and… Read more »

Spotting a Bad Hire During an Interview

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Hiring a new employee is something that must be done thoughtfully. The cost of hiring the wrong person for the job can be surprisingly high, both in terms of lost productivity but also lost time in having the right person in the role. That’s why it is so critical to spot those warning signs in… Read more »

Addressing Your Resume Red Flags Head On During an Interview

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Is there something on your resume that is not favorable to a potential employer? Examples include being fired from a previous position, a prolonged gap in employment, or changing industries. Don’t let them slow you down. An interview is the best place to address those concerns head-on. Here is how you can handle questions around… Read more »

Video Interview Tips 2/2: Preparing Your Environment

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Continuing in our series about how to succeed in a video interview, today we’re talking about how best to prepare your environment. The environment is critical. As more companies are getting more global in scope, it stands to reason that not every candidate is available locally or able to fly in for an interview. Video… Read more »